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Curated by Phillip March Jones and opening this Thursday at Atlanta Contemporary, The Life and Death of Charles Williams is the first museum
exhibition by the late Kentucky artist.

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This Week’s To Do List


Athens, Georgia

Screening: Rope (Alfred Hitchcock, 1948)

Georgia Museum of Art / 7 pm

Atlanta, Georgia

*Opening: The Life and Death of Charles Williams, curated by Phillip March Jones

*Opening: Dana Haugaard: Way Way Back: Gothenburg, NE 1987

*Opening: Hannah Tarr: Correspondence

*Opening: Sarah Nathaniel and Jordan Stubbs: AROUND A VOID, curated by MINT

Atlanta Contemporary / 7 – 9 pm

Knoxville, Tennessee

Talk: Pam Longobardi

Ewing Gallery of Art + Architecture at UTK / 7:30 – 8:30 pm


New Orleans, Louisiana

*First Day: Torkwase Dyson: Black Compositional Thought: 15 Paintings for the Plantationocene

New Orleans Museum of Art / 10 am – 6 pm

Asheville, North Carolina

*Opening: Question Everything!: The Women of Black Mountain College

Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center / 5:30 – 8 pm

*Opening: Redirect, presented by Tiger Strikes Asteroid Greenville

RAMP Gallery / 6 – 8 pm

Athens, Georgia

Winter Art Party

Dodd Galleries at the University of Georgia / 6 – 8 pm

Lexington, Kentucky

Opening: Body Language: Hunter Stamps and Mike Goodlett

Opening: Susan E. King: Redressing the Sixties

UK Art Museum / 7 – 8:30 pm


Atlanta, Georgia

Reading: Jericho Brown, presented by the Georgia Poetry Society

Georgia Center for the Book / 11 am

*Talk: Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin: “Romare Bearden: Mobility, Movement, and Migration” (SOLD OUT)

High Museum of Art, Atlanta / 2 pm

*Opening: Zipporah Camille Thompson: Looming Chaos

*Opening: Unbound

Zuckerman Museum of Art / 4 – 6 pm

Opening: Jane Eyre and Emancipation: twelve responses

Poem 88 / 5 pm

Opening: Raine Bledsoe: Shifting Tides

Opening: Karen Schwartz: Let’s Face It

Hathaway Gallery / 6 pm

Nashville, Tennessee

*Brunch and Discussion: Collecting Contemporary Art ($20)

Channel to Channel / 11 am

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Performance: Interstitial 2: A second dance between exhibitions

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art / 3 – 4 pm


Atlanta, Georgia

Curator Tour

Atlanta Contemporary / 12 noon




The Design of Dissent

Museum of Design Atlanta / through February 2

*Ervin A. Johnson: #In Honor: Monoliths

Arnika Dawkins Gallery / through February 7

*Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech / through March 8

High Museum of Art

Dave Armistead: Interference

Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / through March 8

Masud Olufani: Translocation & Transfiguration

Hammonds House Museum / throug March 22

*Derrick Adams: Patrick Kelly, The Journey

SCAD FASH / through July 19


*Rachel Whiteread

Willson Sculpture Garden at the Georgia Museum of Art / through March 7


Plein Air Painters of the Southeast

The Booth Museum / through March 8


*Saya Woolfalk: Augmented Visionary Reality Outpost

The Columbus Museum / through February 2

*Viberations of Pasaquan

Corn Center for the Visual Arts / through February 22


Cheryl Goldsleger: Limits~Illusions

Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art at Piedmont College / through Feb. 7


Jim Hill: Pieces of History

Chad Cole: Travels and Transitions

Marietta Cobb Museum of Art / through March 22


Summon the Sea!: Contemporary Artists and Moby Dick

Telfair Museums Jepson Center / through February 16

*Amy Pleasant: Echo

Laney Contemporary / through March 21



Kelly Olshan: Portals

Ground Floor Contemporary / through January 26

*Celestia Morgan: REDLINE

Birmingham Museum of Art / through February 16

Sleeper in Metropolis, Acht Künstler aus Berlin

Maus Contemporary / through March 16

Dothan, AL

Jenny Fine and Beverly West Leach

Wiregrass Museum of Art / through February 22


*If You Have Ghosts

Alabama Contemporary Art Center / through March 29


Bentonville, AR

*A Walk in the Woods

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art / through March 10



The Good Earth

UK Art Museum / through February 9

Robert Beatty: Place Holder

21c Hotel Lexington / through January 2020


New Orleans

Inventing Acadia: Painting and Place in Louisiana / through January 26

Tina Freeman: Lamentations / through March 8

An Ideal Unity: The Bauhaus & Beyond / through March 15

New Orleans Museum of Art

*Akosua Adoma Owusu: Welcome to the Jungle / through February 2

New Orleans Airlift: From New Water Music / through February 2

*Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires / through June 14

*Material Life x Femmes Noires: Femmes Féroces / through June 14

*Meg Turner: Here and Now / through April 12

Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans

Brandon “Bmike” Odums: NOT SUPPOSED 2-BE HERE

Newcomb Art Museum / through May 23

Baton Rouge

*Destination: Latin America

LSU Museum of Art / through February 9



The Prize: Seven Decades of Lyrical Response to the Call for Civil Rights / through February 9

*Nick Cave: Feat. / through February 16

Mississippi Museum of Art



*Appalachia Now! / through February 3

Points of View / through March 2

Asheville Art Museum

Molly Sawyer: Take Stock

Revolve / through February 16

Chapel Hill

Intergalactic Soul: Project LHAXX

Ackland Art Museum at UNC Chapel Hill / through June 28


¡Viva Viclas!: The Art of the Lowrider Motorcycle

CAM Raleigh / through February 9



*Coulter Fussell: The Raw Materials of Escape

Butch Anderson: Inside/Out

Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art / through February 29


Knoxville, TN


Ewing Gallery of Art + Architecture / through February 16


Huy Nguyen and Abbey Skojec: Dark Matter

Watkins College of Art / through January 31

Pickney Herbert: Come Here

David Lusk Gallery / through February 15

Jodi Hays: Outskirts

The Browsing Room at Downtown Presbyterian Church / through February 21

*Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom

Vanderbilt Fine Arts / through March 8

The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later

Frist Art Museum / through May 17


Tad Lauritzen Wright: Between a Thought and a Thing

David Lusk Gallery / through February 8

*Corinne Jones: Allegory of the Unnamed Cave

TOPS Gallery / through March 7



*Keris Salmon: The Architecture of Slavery

Chrysler Museum of Art / March 1


Pop Power from Warhol to Koons

Taubman Museum of Art / through March 8


Edward Hooper and the American Hotel

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts / through February 23

*Provocations: Guadalupe Maravilla

Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU / through July 1

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